Welfare coverage not an issue in Hartford

Papirno, Elissa
March 1997
Nieman Reports;Spring97, Vol. 51 Issue 1, p16
Focuses on the popularity of welfare coverage in Hartford, Connecticut. Reference to welfare as one of the beats which went uncovered after The Courant's 1995 voluntary buyout; Results of a poll conducted by the Institute for Social Inquiry at the University of Connecticut in 1995.


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